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Micron Xccela Flash Quick Start Guide for ZedBoard Micron Xccela Flash (MT35X)Development KitQuick Start Guidefor ZedBoard This development kit (including daughterboard with FPGA software code) contains confidentialinformation of Micron Technology, Inc. It is provided for evaluation purposes only and is notauthorized or licensed for any other use. This development kit is provided “as is” without anywarranties of any kind whatsoever. By your acceptance and use of this development kit, youacknowledge, agree, and accept that Micron expressly disclaims all warranties, whetherwritten or implied by law, including warranties as to title, merchantability or fitness for aparticular purpose, warranties against infringement of intellectual property rights of a thirdparty, warranties arising by custom, trade usage, course of dealing, or otherwise. Micronmakes no warranty of any kind, and hereby disclaims any warranty, that the development kitwill meet your or any other person’s requirements, achieve any intended result, or be secure,accurate, complete, free of harmful code or error free. Any open source components or otherthird-party materials are provided “as is” and without any representation or warranty fromMicron.

Micron Xccela Flash Quick Start Guide for ZedBoard IntroductionThis guide provides the information needed to connect, boot, and accessconfiguration commands for Micron’s Xccela Flash MT35X memory(packaged on a TBGA-24B installed on a dedicated daughterboard) to aZedBoard evaluation and development board.Quad-SPI NOR (MT25Q) Instructions: The daughterboard also supportsMicron’s Quad-SPI NOR (MT25Q) memory. Follow these instructions, exceptdownload different software (config-MT25Q 1.8.zip or config-MT25Q 3.0.zip)and user manual (ZedBoard User Manual–Quad SPI NOR Flash (MT25Q).pdf).Items Required Xccela Flash MT35X (contact your local Micron representative for samples) ZedBoard 24-ball TBGA daughterboard SD card with configuration files Universial serial port tool PC with Microsoft Windows 7 or higherRelated Documents Micron Xccela Flash (MT35X) Development Kit User Guide forZedBoard Micron Quad SPI NOR (MT25Q) Development Kit User Guide forZebBoard Questions about the development kit can be sent to n xccela zedboard qsg.pdf Rev 0.1 4/192

Micron Xccela Flash Quick Start Guide for ZedBoard Download the Software andConnect the Board1Download the software (config—MT35X 1.8.zip for MT35XU series orMT35X 3.0.zip for MT35XL series) and the user manual (ZedBoardUser Manual—Xccela Octal SPI NOR Flash (MT35X).pdf) fromwww.xccela.org/resource.2Unzip the files onto an SD card.The software (config—MT35X 1.8/3.0.zip) contains the files needed to bootup the ZedBoard. These files must be stored in a FAT32-formatted SD card:Linux kernel, Ramdisk rootfs, device tree, boot images and testing benchrelated files.NOTE: Do not rename the boot files; these file names must remain asdisplayed.3Attach the daughterboard to the 454micron xccela zedboard qsg.pdf Rev 0.1 4/193

Micron Xccela Flash Quick Start Guide for ZedBoard Set Jumpers and ConnectionsTo boot the ZedBoard, several jumpers and connections must be configured asdescribed below. Follow these instructions before powering on the board.1Connect J2.2Configure JP7, JP8, JP9, JP10 and JP11 as 3GNDSet J18 to 1V8 or 3V3 according to the operating power of your SPINOR device.CCM005-1718347970-10454micron xccela zedboard qsg.pdf Rev 0.1 4/194

Micron Xccela Flash Quick Start Guide for ZedBoard Power On the ZedBoard1 Plug in the SD card, USB cable (for the serial port), and DC adapter as shown below.2 Switch on power by SW8.3 If this is the first time inserting the USB port, the driver automatically downloadsand installs. After the driver installs successfully, the USB port maps to a serialport (for example, COM11).4 Open the serial port tool, and then configure the port number to the USB serialport mapped in the previous step (for example, COM11).5 Set the baud rate to 115200.CCM005-1718347970-10454micron xccela zedboard qsg.pdf Rev 0.1 4/195

Micron Xccela Flash Quick Start Guide for ZedBoard 6 If this is the first time booting the ZedBoard, run the following two commands toset up the system boot environment, and then power down the board. Skip thesethree steps if you’ve previously booted the ZedBoard. Press any key when the message Hit any key to stop autoboot appears. env default -f -a env save7 Power on the ZedBoard.When the XCCELA prompt appears after the Micron welcome screen (it may takea few seconds), the system boots successfully and enters the SPI NOR test bench.CCM005-1718347970-10454micron xccela zedboard qsg.pdf Rev 0.1 4/196

Micron Xccela Flash Quick Start Guide for ZedBoard ZedBoard OLEDs after bootMT35X logo indicates the DUTis under testingIf another vendor’s memory is detected (instead of Micron’s Xccela flashmemory), or if no memory is detected, the system hangs at the boot stagewith the following message:CCM005-1718347970-10454micron xccela zedboard qsg.pdf Rev 0.1 4/197

Micron Xccela Flash Quick Start Guide for ZedBoard Command Help1Type HELP and then press enter to obtain all supported commands forMicron’s Xccela SPI NOR device.2Type -H and then press enter to obtain command details.(For example, type FRD -H to obtain information for the page programcommand.)3For additional details, see the user manual.No hardware, software or system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Micron assumes no liability for lost, stolen or corrupted dataarising from the use of any Micron products, including those products that incorporate any of the mentioned security features. 2019 MicronTechnology, Inc. All rights reserved. All information herein is provided on an “AS IS” basis without warranties of any kind. Micron, Xccela, theMicron logo, and all other Micron trademarks are the property of Micron Technology, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respectiveowners. Products are warranted only to meet Micron’s production data sheet specifications. Products, programs and specifications are subject tochange without notice. Dates are estimates only. Rev. A 4/19 on xccela zedboard qsg.pdf Rev 0.1 4/198

Unzip the files onto an SD card. The software (config—MT35X_1.8/3.0.zip) contains the files needed to boot up the ZedBoard. These files must be stored in a FAT32-formatted SD card: Linux kernel, Ramdisk rootfs, device tree, boot images and testing bench-related files. NOTE: Do not rename t